Small businesses are scrambling to find ways to stay afloat amid the coronavirus.
Social distancing is
In Bloom Florist wants to bring cheer to City Beautiful
ORLANDO, Fla. – The Tower of Light Sculpture has been a focal point at the intersection of Orange Avenue and South Street for decades. On Tuesday, the 60 foot tower received
Special events are being canceled left and right — but many members of the floral community are refusing to let darkness win
As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread through the U.S. and beyond, many events — from weddings to corporate
As a form of therapy, arranging gently used blooms is enriching the lives of older and marginalized people.
The flowers come from all sorts of places: weddings, farmer’s markets, the online florist company UrbanStems, even a first lady’s luncheon. In the truck
The Coronavirus has created many obstacles in the way we live and work, and with so many changes, it can feel like a dark time. But one local business owner decided to find the light in these times, and is spreading cheer to others.
Different cultures, different tastes. It goes for many species, and for pansies in particular. Once again, this was proven
Challenges for florists similar to other small businesses nationwide
The new coronavirus had just barely arrived in
Limonium, a.k.a. Statice, Caspia, Sea Lavender, Misty, or Marsh-Rosemary, is one of the world’s 20 top-selling cut flowers,
We could all use a little pick-me-up right now, even if it's just something visual that puts a smile on our face from our driver's side seat.
The Society of American Florists reached out this week to Postmates and Google, asking the companies to remove the
As everywhere, the COVID-19 crisis has also hit the flowers and greens industry in the United States hard. Growers, propagators and traders are feeling the impact of decimated demand,
I’ve been obsessed with flowers and flower arranging since I was a kid, watching my mom make her own arrangements in our kitchen. And while I’ve made (and shared) quite a few floral centerpieces and my fair share of DIY flower projects over the years, I also know when it’s time to call in the experts. And today is one of those days!
The owners of a Saskatoon flower shop may not get to see their work at the Junos, but they found a way to turn a disappointing Thursday morning into a positive one.
Quinn Brown, co-owner of Quinn and Kim’s Flowers, told The StarPhoenix he was in the middle of preparing the first delivery of floral arrangements he and his wife had prepared for the awards when word arrived that the Junos